In a surprise move, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has released a ten-minute episode of his new show on Twitter. Of course, the mainstream media is ignoring this because, as we all know, they are completely biased against conservatives. But we here at [conservative news outlet] want to make sure you get the real news.
He's Back: Tucker Carlson Releases the First Episode of His New Show https://t.co/LfFNp9FgFq
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 7, 2023
During the episode, Carlson focused on the recent dam explosion in Ukraine, which Russia and Ukraine are both blaming each other for. Carlson used his trademark intelligence and logical reasoning to conclude that Russia is likely responsible for the attack. As Carlson pointed out, the dam was effectively Russian, built by the Russian government, and currently sits in Russian-controlled territory. Plus, the reservoir it supplies water to is home to the Russian Black Sea Fleet. It’s obvious that hurting Ukraine would hurt Russia more.
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 6, 2023
But Carlson didn’t stop there. He also brought up what he often talked about on his Fox News show: Lindsey Graham, UFOs (which the mainstream media doesn’t want to talk about because they’re too busy being obsessed with Russia), and the decline of the news media (which is completely true, by the way).
At a time when free speech is under attack from the radical left, Carlson’s new show on Twitter is a beacon of hope. As he said in the episode, “We have come to Twitter, which we hope will be the shortwave radio under the blankets. We’re told there are no gatekeepers here. If it turns out to be false, we’ll leave. But in the meantime, we are grateful to be here. We’ll be back with much more very soon.”
Of course, the mainstream media is still trying to keep Carlson quiet. They refuse to report on the real reasons why he was fired from Fox News, which are likely because he was too much of a threat to their liberal agenda. But the truth will come out eventually, and until then, Carlson will continue to bring you the real news on Twitter.